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Re-Wild Crafting: Regaining our innate human capabilities

Wildcrafting: “The root of the word wild, which comes from the Old English and Germanic languages, is self-determining.

So the word itself refers to the freedom you have just described: the life of the world, which we humans can never completely control.

And when you feel the freedom in yourself, your senses awaken, and you come alive in a new way.

My own contacts with the wild have given me the freedom to find something deeper within myself.” from the article: A Conversation with…




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MaRi Eagar

MaRi Eagar

Founder EcoNova: Regenerative Leadership Technology MakerSpace. Social-Cultural Innovator. Cultural Creative. Positive Psychologist.

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